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189467242

人間の医療廃棄物がサル痘のウイルス拡散に関与か、天然痘ワク …


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作品番号
189467242
タイトル
人間の医療廃棄物がサル痘のウイルス拡散に関与か、天然痘ワクチンを製造するバイエルン・ノルディックの研究所
クレジット表記
動画:ロイター/アフロ
日付
2022年5月24日
撮影国
ドイツ
コンテンツカテゴリー
ヨーロッパ, ニュース
ライセンスタイプ
RM(ライツマネージド)
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H264
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25.00 fps
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362.12 秒
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The outbreak of monkeypox cases outside of Africa can be contained, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday (May 24), as more governments said they would launch limited vaccinations to combat rising infections of the virus.
The moves came as authorities investigated 237 suspected and confirmed cases of the virus in 19 countries since early May.
That number is expected to increase, WHO officials have said, but most of the infections so far have not been severe.
Scientists do not expect the outbreak to evolve into a pandemic like COVID-19, given the virus does not spread as easily as SARS-COV-2.
Monkeypox is a usually mild viral infection that is endemic in parts of west and central Africa.
It spreads chiefly through close contact and until the recent outbreak, was rarely seen in other parts of the world, which is why the recent emergence of cases has raised alarms.
The majority have been reported in Europe.
The WHO is working on new guidance for countries on vaccination strategies and is convening further meetings to support member states with more advice on how to tackle the situation.
(Production: Aleksandra Michalska)
( Original Title: 'Chance of randomly picking up monkeypox is extremely small," says expert )
( Caption: 0370WD-HEALTH-MONKEYPOX_EXPERT_O_ )
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MUNICH, GERMANY (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF SCIENTISTS WORKING AT LABORATORY OF GERMAN-DANISH VACCINE COMPANY BAVARIAN NORDIC, WHICH PRODUCES SMALLPOX VACCINE USED FOR MONKEYPOX
VARIOUS OF SCIENTIST LOOKING AT POXVIRUS VACCINE UNDER MICROSCOPE
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PROF. JIMMY WHITWORTH, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE (LSHTM), SAYING:
"Monkeypox is a viral disease. It's endemic in Western and Central Africa, where it normally spreads in small rodents, and humans get infected if they come into contact with those animals. Occasionally, it can spread from person to person. But it isn't terribly infectious in normal circumstances. So, clusters of cases normally die out quite quickly, just by themselves."
MUNICH, GERMANY (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF SCIENTIST WORKING AT LABORATORY
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PROF. JIMMY WHITWORTH, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE (LSHTM), SAYING:
"Right. So. monkeypox is spread through close contact, so that means touching somebody, or being exposed to their bedding, or sharing utensils in some way. The number of cases is increasing, but we're still only talking about dozens of cases. And that means that in most countries with millions, tens of millions of people there, the chance of you inadvertently coming across somebody infected with monkeypox is extremely small. It's really only people who've got this very close contact with people who are infected, that there's any risk at all."
MUNICH, GERMANY (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
SCIENTIST WORKING AT LABORATORY
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PROF. JIMMY WHITWORTH, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE (LSHTM), SAYING:
"If you are infected, it can be a serious disease. Although the majority of people do recover, and they recover fully in one or two weeks normally. It can be serious. Some people do need to be hospitalized with this, and this particular strain, which we know is the West African strain, the mortality rate is about 1% of cases."
MUNICH, GERMANY (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF SCIENTIST WORKING AT LABORATORY
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PROF. JIMMY WHITWORTH, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE (LSHTM), SAYING:
"So, the disease normally starts with headache and fever, people feel pretty miserable and lethargic, they often get swollen glands. And then the sort of classic thing, that comes a bit later, is this rash, which is a papular (small, raised pimples) pustular (small, pus-filled blisters) rash. Eventually, these will scab and start to fall off. And it's really this infectious rash... this rash that is infectious. And people remain infectious until the rash has disappeared."
MUNICH, GERMANY (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF SCIENTIST WORKING AT LABORATORY
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PROF. JIMMY WHITWORTH, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE (LSHTM), SAYING:
"Okay. Well, smallpox vaccine, we know, gives some cross-protection to monkeypox. It's something like 85% effective at preventing infection. So, that's going to be useful for contacts of confirmed cases, even possibly some suspected cases, if it means that we can get the vaccine into people first. But no vaccine is 100% safe. And the balance of risk would be that I would not recommend it for anybody unless they were a contact of somebody with monkeypox, because there is always a danger of side effects from this. And the chance of just randomly picking up monkeypox is extremely small."
MUNICH, GERMANY (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF SCIENTIST WORKING AT LABORATORY
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PROF. JIMMY WHITWORTH, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE (LSHTM), SAYING:
"Well, I think it's important to recognize that outbreaks occur all over the place and all the time, varying sizes and severity. It's not surprising that the press and the general public are alert to these after their experience with just gone through with with COVID. But I think this is an outbreak that is unusual. We've not seen one spread in the community like this from monkeypox outside of Africa before. And it's important for public health officials to get on top of this as quickly as we can. But it does not look to me like this is something that is going to spread into into a generalized epidemic.
MUNICH, GERMANY (MAY 24, 2022) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF SCIENTIST HOLDING GLASS WITH SMALLPOX VIRUS LIQUID
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